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Training and Education at UC Denver

On-Campus Training for December and January:


 Current on-campus training

May 8
12pmFulginiti Pavilion
May 15
9amFulginiti Pavilion
May 21
NoonFulginiti Pavilion
May 22
9amFulginiti Pavilion
May 28
3pmFulginiti Pavilion
March 6
NoonFulginiti Pavilion
May 29
1am - 5pmFulginiti Pavilion
June 18
12Fulginiti Pavilion
June 26
1pm - 5pmFulginiti Pavilion


​CCTSI - Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute

Nuts and Bolts Seminar Series -  This series focuses on educating the campus about the resources available through the different CCTSI cores and how the CCTSI can be used to facilitate research.

Clinical Faculty Scholars Program - provides project development, educational seminars, grant writing classes, and mentorship to emerging investigators over a two-year period. An interested investigator would have to enroll and be supported by the department. Please contact Patty Nash if you are interested in learning more about this opportunity.

UCD Research Education - offers weekly trainings ranging in topic from writing informed consents, submitting to COMIRB, budget design, and recruitment methods.


Grant Writing

CLSC 7101 and 7102 - offered through the Clinical Science Graduate Program and may qualify as part of the employee tuition subsidy.

Writing Center - research related courses on writing literature reviews, APA citations, and grant proposals are available throughout the semester.



Office Hours - held once a month, this is a great opportunity to sit down with a member of COMIRB and get one-on-one help with your submission.


Questions? Contact your Radiology Research Coordinator​ or the Radiology Research Administrator


Research Courses available through RSNA year-round:

  • Writing a Competitive Research Proposal, a 1.5 day grant writing program. Application Deadline 12/17/12

  • Creating and Optimizing the Research Enterprise Workshop (CORE), a 1.5 day research enrichment program. April 2013

Comparative Effectiveness Research
Dr. Elaine Morrato is an Epidemiologist and Associate Professor at the Colorado School of Public Health and an Investigator with Colorado Health Outcomes and Children's Outcomes Research. In this video, Dr. Morrato gives an introduction into Comparative Effectiveness Research for the Department of Radiology residents and faculty. In the first thirty minutes, Dr. Morrato describes the intent and basic study design behind this kind of research and follows with a Q/A.



 Comparative Effectiveness Research - Nov. 9, 2012